Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to present the Barnaby and Karen Beck Collection of American Folk Art. Offering over 115 lots, the online sale features contemporary and antique folk art, primarily from the East Coast of the United States, plus additional pieces from Europe and Asia. Show More Summary
Eastman Johnson - Christmas Time by Irina Eastman Johnson was an American painter and co-founder of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, with his name inscribed at its entrance.
BACK IN the mid-Aughts, as the American government was signaling that it hadn’t yet been able to locate the oft-invoked Weapons of Mass Destruction, the comedian Lewis Black began to incorporate a question into his standup act. “Why did they stop lying now?!” Black asked of our elected officials, in a fit of pique. “I […]
“Silent Majesty” - Siberian Tiger by Robert R. Copple c. 2000 Blend of photo-realistic wildlife painting and fine art landscape photography ‘ Robert R. Copple [American photographer, painter, born 1963] website: www.robertcoppleart.com/ Digital enhancement by plumleaves.
Tulane?s Newcomb Art Museum is presenting Marking the In?nite: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia, a landmark traveling exhibition of contemporary indigenous art. The show?s North American tour debuts with a four-month stay at Newcomb before continuing on to some of the most prestigious museums in the United States and Canada. Show More Summary
George Bellows - The Circus, 1912 by Irina George Wesley Bellows was an American realist painter, known for his bold depictions of urban life in New York City, becoming, according to the Columbus Museum of Art, “the most acclaimed American artist of his generation”.
The San Jose Museum of Art is showcasing the work of American photographer Milton Rogovin in an exhibition on view August 18, 2016 ? March 19, 2017. Life and Labor: The Photographs of Milton Rogovin comprises thirty-eight black-and-white photographs by the social documentary photographer. Show More Summary
Sarah S. Stilwell Weber 1906 by Art & Vintage Via Flickr: my-museum-of-art.blogspot.com/ Sarah Stilwell Weber was an American illustrator who studied at Drexel Institute under Howard Pyle. She illustrated books and national magazines, like The Saturday Evening Post, Vogue, and The Century Magazine.
American brewers have taken up the dark art of sour beers. Results are mixed, but the best indicate a promising future.
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors, the first institutional survey exhibition to explore the evolution of the celebrated Japanese artist?s immersive infinity rooms, will embark on the most significant North American tour of her work in nearly two decades. Show More Summary
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announces the appointment of Lauren Haynes as Curator, Contemporary Art. Haynes will join the Museum in October as a key member of the curatorial team. In her new role, Haynes will contribute to...Show More Summary
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has commissioned Dallas-based artist Gabriel Dawe (b. 1973) to create an artwork made with more than 80 miles of multi-colored thread in the museum?s Atrium. The art installation, titled Plexus no. Show More Summary
Art Inconnu Emma Fordyce MacRae (April 27, 1887, Vienna – August 6, 1974) was an American representational painter. Emma Fordyce MacRae, Gloucester Garden.
VIZ Media has acquired the North American rights to manga series Blue Sweet Flowers and Queen’s Quality (the above art is from the first volumes of the Japanese editions). Blue Sweet Flowers is a coming of age story that follows Fumi...Show More Summary
by Jen Graves This is a group of the artists in 30 Americans, standing beneath Glenn Ligon's neon America sign from 2008. Left to right: Rashid Johnson, Nick Cave, Kalup Linzy, Jeff Sonhouse, Lorna Simpson, Carrie Mae Weems, Barkley L. Show More Summary
Emma Fordyce MacRae (April 27, 1887, Vienna – August 6, 1974) was an American representational painter. Art Inconnu Emma Fordyce MacRae, The Dress.
Laura Beach of Antiques and the Arts recently interviewed me about how I got into researching and writing history and then creating this blog. Here’s a taste of that exchange:How broad is public interest in American history? American history at this level is a niche interest, but, like any niche, it has fervent followers. Show More Summary
John Sloan - Piano Trio by Irina John French Sloan (August 2, 1871 – September 7, 1951) was a twentieth-century American painter and etcher and one of the founders of the Ashcan school of American art.
If measured as a flame to kindling, John D. Graham was arguably the most consequential figure in 20th-century American art.
John Falter “Sunday Gardening” by Art & Vintage Via Flickr: largesizepaintings.blogspot.fr/ John Philip Falter (1910 – May 1982), more commonly known as John Falter, was an American artist best known for his many cover paintings for The Saturday Evening Post.